ID 1090
Name John Smith [Blind Quay]
Gender Unknown
Street Address on the Blind Quay
City Dublin
Start Date 1738
End Date 1759
Sources
Notes

Titles

Displaying 1–16 of 16

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher An account of the conduct of the Dowager Dutchess of Marlborough, from her first coming to court, to the year 1710. In a letter from herself to My Lord - Churchill , Sarah (Author)
Hooke , Nathaniel (Author)
1742
Publisher Travels through Holland, Germany, Switzerland; but especially Italy. ... By the late Monsieur de Blainville, ... Translated from the author's own manuscript, never yet published. By George Turnbull, LL.D. Number I. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Blainville , Monsieur de (Author)
Turnbull , George (Translator)
1742
Bookseller Travels through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and other parts of Europe; but especially Italy. By the late Monsieur de Blainville, sometime secretary to the Embassy of the States-General, at the Court of Spain. Translated from the author's own manuscript, (never yet published) by George Turnbull, LL. D. and William Guthrie, Esq Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Blainville , Monsieur de (Author)
Turnbull , George (Translator)
and 1 more.
1743
Publisher A present for an apprentice: or, a sure guide to gain both esteem and estate; with rules for his conduct to his master, and in the world. By a late Lord Mayor of London. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Barnard , John (Author)
1743
Publisher The works of Sallust, translated into English. With political discourses upon that author. To which is added, a translation of Cicero's four orations against Catiline. Crispus , Gaius Sallustius (Author)
Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Unknown , (Translator)
1744
Bookseller A draught by the heads of a bill to prevent frauds committed by bankrupts, &c. Prepared by the merchants and traders of the city of Dublin, and, by them, intended to be laid before the legislative power of this kingdom, the next session of Parliament. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
1745
Publisher A sermon preach'd at St. Andrew's, Dublin, before the Honourable House of Commons; on Tuesday, November the 5th, 1745. Being the anniversary day of Thanksgiving for the discovery of the Gun-Powder Plot: and also for the happy arrival of His late Majesty King William in England, for the deliverance of these nations. By Benjamin Barrington, M. A. Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Down, and chaplin to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Barrington , Benjamin (Author)
1745
Publisher The layman's sermon. Occasioned by the present rebellion; which was (or ought to have been) preach'd at St. Paul's Cross, on the 1st of October, 1745. Unknown , (Author)
Reilly , Alice (Printer)
1745
Publisher A paraphrase with notes on the Epistle to the Romans. To which is prefix'd, a key to the Apostolic writings, or an essay to explain the gospel scheme, and the principal words and phrases the Apostles have used in describing it. By John Taylor, minister of the gospel in Norwich. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Taylor , John (Author)
1746
Publisher A sermon preached at Antrim, December 18, 1745. Being the national fast. By Alexander Maclaine M.A. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Maclaine , Alexander (Author)
1746
Publisher A sermon on occasion of the death of Dr. Arbuckle preached at Wood-street, January, 4th, 1746-7. By James Duchal, M. A. Reilly , Alice (Printer)
Duchal , James (Author)
1747
Publisher Observations on the history and evidence of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. By Gilbert West, Esq; West , Gilbert (Author)
Reilly , Alice (Printer)
1747
Publisher Observations on the history and evidence of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. By Gilbert West, Esq; the third edition. West , Gilbert (Author)
Reilly , Alice (Printer)
1747
Publisher The history of Cornelia Scott , Sarah (Author)
1750
Publisher The female Quixote: or, the adventures of Arabella. In two volumes. Lennox , Charlotte (Author)
1752
Publisher An essay on the art of ingeniously tormenting; with proper rules for the exercise of that pleasant art. Humbly addressed, in the first part, to the master, husband, &c. in the second part, to the wife, friend, &c. With some general instructions for plaguing all your acquaintance. Collier , Jane (Author)
1753

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